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OFFICIAL PAPER vT ALTSAXPES COUNTY.
lircost Circulation ot any Daily in
1 inly Lorain? Diily in Southern Illinois
K. .V. Burnett, rublieher.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
"TVjR SL'PliEME JITDCtE F1KST DISTRICT.
1 hervby ascossfe layae'f a c atidif'.i'.e before the
people, at the eMaic; Jut.e eiertiOL. in the Firt
indicia! Pinrict. ior ;be off.ee of Jo'lpe of the Sa
Vrtmecoart. JUUS H. MVLKEY.
3trt!i :li li"9.
IR JIKGS OF THE ClRCl'IT CC't'RT
' FIKsT CIRCUIT.
We are nt!iori'.'d to atnonuce Paniet. M.
Skovbix's. of Fiatikllii conntv. a a catiliuave f. r
Circuit Jailge. in tue Fir; Circuit.
Wc are authorized t J a:.no:incc Jons M. Lasbin
a a candidate for Circuit Oadce in the Firr: iu
David J. IUkk.t wl'.l be a candidate for Circuit
Jadjre in the Firiit Judicial Circuit, at the elcttiou
to be Ceict on tbe M oay June.
We are authorize d to ar.Lonnce that O A. Hah
Kin. of Johufon countv. i a candidate before the
people for the oSIee of Circuit Judpe, iD tt:i di-
tn;t, ata euiyect only to ttieir uecifion at the bal
lot box. on the 2nd dty of June next.
We are authorized to announce that It. W. Mc
Cartney, in a candidate before the peop'.e for tiie
ofhrc of l ircuit Judire for tbe Fim Judicial cir
cr.it. Election June Jnd.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial flection, June 3 17'.')
For Supreme Judge, First Dinrict.
JOnN II. MULKEY. of Alexander county.
For Judge, First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LANSDEX. Alexander county.
X OX ROE C. CRAWFORD, Union county.
DAXIEL M. 11R0WXIXG. Franklin county.
The members of the grand jury that
Judge Harker prorogued, last winter, have
a chance, now, to strike back. It is well
that a Judge should keep an eye to ex
penses, but he should be careful not to
place the responsibility on the wrong shoul
ders. In summarily dismissing the grand
jnry, the Judge over-stepped the limits of
his authority, and placed the responsibility
where it did not belong.
Leading Republicans are visibly worried
over the course of the Metropolis Times.
Judging well and wisely of the candidates
in the field, the Times has elected to sur
port Browning, Lansden and Crawford, and
urges the Greeubackers of the Circuit to do
the same thing. Every voter in the Circuit
who puts politics aside,and is governed by a
desire to fill the bencli with the fittest men,
will vote for Lansden, Crawford and Brown
ing; and, as the Times is eloing, work for
While we never believed that Judge
Tanner's candidacy seriously imperilled
the election of Judge Mulkey, we still con
ceded to that gentleman a considerable fol
lowing in Jefferson and the neighboring
counties. Now, however, that Judge Tan
ner has withdrawn from the canvuss, the
election of Judge Mulkey by a majority of
from 4,000 to 5,000 is conceded by every
body who has an intelligent idea of the
otinK force of the two parties. The elec
tion of a worthy successor of Judge Breeze
a man of the same political laith, and a
gentleman in every way worthy to succeed
to that great honor, is assured beyond the
possibility of a peradventure, and the intel
ligent, right-thinking people of the ditrict
will Tcjoico accordingly.
Tuu fitct can neither be concealed or
honestly denied that R. W. McCartney is
unfitted, Mith by nature and education, for
the positio-i he seeks. There is not a 1 i.v
yer in the circuit, we care not what the col
or of his polities nmy he, who would not, if
compelled to give expression to his honest
convictions, say that the election of McCart
ney would grievously lower the standard of
our judiciary. Tho live or ten dollars he lias
paid to each of the newspaper of the dis
trict, Iiotc calle 1 out the customary "com
jtlinientaries" that tho people, understand
how to measure; and the Republican sheets
wouMtxtol his "Snti'lligoncc'' nl "careful
intcrcctml culture," if lie didn't know tho
glplialx't from n bag of hickory nuts; but
the fact remains, nud every lawyer of the
circuit knows it, and most of them even
now will avow it. that it would be n prii'V
ous mistake to e'.tvate Mr. McCartney to
the circuit bench.
It is al)OUt time now, for tjie croaker to
raise a hullabaloo about yellow-fever in the
South. The South may be smitten again
this vcar: but there are reasons and strong
ones too, for hoping that she will not. In the
rt place, during the hundred years that
Louisiana and Florida have been subject
to the visits of that dreadful plague, such
a thing as two visits, with only a winter
between, has uevir been known. In the
second place, as more work to place the
plague-ridden localities in a good sanitary
condition, has been performed this year,
than iVit before, the danger of a second
annual visit is correspondingly lessened. In
the absence of "the conditions,'' it is im
possible for the fi-ver to rage as an epi
demic; and it is confidently asserted that
the "conditions" have been happily demora
lized, if not destroyed. Isolated cases
may occurdo occur every year. But it
will be time enough to raise a hurrah,
when the disease takes the form of on
epidemic which it is not likely to do dur
ing the year 1S79.
POLITICS IX JUDICIAL ELECTIONS.
The Republican clamor that the Demo
cratic party first introduced partisan poli
tics into ;udiciil elections, we have shown
to beutt:r'.y and bure-facedlv false; &nd
the pretense of the Republican managers
and "strikers that they deprecate polit
ical judicial contests, we have repeatedly
shown up as mere sham and hollow hypoc
risy. And now. fully determined that our
readers shall not be mislead by the false
hood or deceived by the hypocrisy of the
adversary, we again refer to the manner in
which Republican politicians have, by leg-
lative gerrymandering, forced this end of
the State into electing Republican judges.
Before the year 1SC7 Alexander county
had, for many years, been in
a circuit with Union and other
counties on the line of the
Illinois Central railroad. The circuit, in
that shape was honestly, sensibly construc
ted, with a special regard lor the business
relations of the different communities, the
convenience of the litigants, the lawyers
and the Judge, and the circuit was Dem
ocratic. The counties along the Ohio river, ineltid-
ing Pulaski and Gallatin, formed another i
very coavet.ient circuit, ttd that was i
Now observe the trickery and gerryman
dering of the party that we are asked to be
lieve deprecates partisan politics injudicial
elections: The Republican Legislature of
1S0T took Alexander county from the judi
cial circuit with which it had been connec
ted for more than the life-time of a genera
tion, and added it to the Ohio river circuit,
which was the 19th: and then detached
from the 19th the Democratic counties of
Hardin and Gallatin. In this way the 19th
was made the smallest circuit in the State,
but it was made Repuimcan; and, as we
remarked in a former article, in order that
a Republican lawyer miht be elected
But the piirtisanism of the Republican
party in connection with the judiciary.didnnt
stop here. At the Novembereleetion in the
year 18(18, there was a large gain in the
Democratic vote of Alexander ami Pulaski
counties; and upon casting up results it was
found that the Republican majority in the
19th circuit, had been reduced to less than
oue hundred votes. The Republican poli
ticians went to work, at the earliest possible
moment to remove all apparent possibility
of the 19th circuit ever becoming Demo
cratic, and as soon as the Republican Leg
islature of 18(39 could do the work, a law
was passed adding Johnson county, with
her then six hundred Republican majority,
to the 10th circuit.
But the record of Republican partizun-
ism doesn't Btop here. When the State was
again about to bi divided into large cir
cuits, with a hundred thousand population,
under the Constitution of 1870, a Republi
can Legislature made the 20th circuit, in
cluding Alexander county, the smallest cir
cuit in population and busiucss, in the
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
State, utterly disregarding the constitution
al requirement as to population, in order to
make it a Km nui as nucm. If Union
county had been added (as it would have
been but for Republican politicians) the
circuit would havo Wen constructed in con
formity witli the spirit of tho constitution,
but it would have been Dkmocuatic.
And now, after all this Republican leg
islative gerrymandering, accomplished in
utter disregard of the rights, wishes or
convenience ol the people, and for the sole
and manifest purpose of forcing Republi
can judges upon the people of this end of
the State, the shame less, brazen hypocriti
cal and hollowed-heavted out cry is raised
by the Republican managers ol to-day,
that the Republican party deprecates
partisan politics in judicial elec
tions! But, knowing the unscrupulous
ncss of that party, we are not at all surpris
ed. It is the Republican ox that is now
about to be badly gored by the election of
three Democratic judges in a Democratic
circuit. The Democratic judicial ox has
repeatedly felt the horns ol Republican ger
rymandering during the twelve years past;
and now if Democrats know and do their
duty, the tables will be turned. That duty
is a plain one merely to vote for the best
and ablest iwen in the field Lansden,
Crawford ai.d Crowning.
THE JUDICIAL ELECTION.
To secure the election ot the Democratic
ticket it is only necessary for the Demo
crats to go the polls find vote nn unscratch
ed ticket. Republicans will cast no votes
for Democratic candidates. It is a square
party fight, and Democrats as well as Re
publicans, are expected to stand by their
The Democratic convention selected
wisely and well. Its nominees are men of
great ability, and of confessed integrity.
They arc the best, the fittest men in the
field. In commending them as such to the
voters of Massac county, the Metropolis
Democrat employs the following language:
'We cannot impress too strongly n the
people the importance of the Judicial elec
tion on the 2Hd day of June. The oClee is
one of the first importance to taxpayers,
who loot the bills incurred by the court
machinery of our country. Any person who
has ever had a suit in court, been a witness,
or sat on a jury, or has been in any way
connected with the ccurts, knows full well
how important it is to have a Judge on the
bench, who knows the law and is further
ahk l" lUs, lhc 'uincss in Mich a manner
uc t.t rl,-:.r tlio i1rnl.-i.tc noil 'it tt-.o immw
. . ,, . . , ,
tune give ad parties the full benefit of the
, a!vl acconl to a;i (.fUai aa,i t.X:i,t
justice, without fear.favor, or political bi;i.
llou.M. C. Crawford has been on the bench
for many years, has never engaged in po'.i
tics or political wrangles, is a man of ma
ture years, and is yet In the full vigor of
manhood, is conceded iy all to be one of
the ablest Judges in the country, lie
lurthermore possesses supeiior qualities in
ruling and conducting courts, for tin:
speedy dbpatch of business seldom found
in a judge of such wisdom, and legal ability
as he possesses.
Hon., I. M. Lansden of Cairo, is but lit
tle known to a portion of the district In
consequence ot his strict attention to the
duties of his profession and of the further
fact, that he has never sought political hon
ors. Although a Democrat, he is ;i far from
being a partisan or a political tiickster, as
the sun is front the earth. It is no flattery
or adulation to say of him, that he is a le
gal pattern of honor, fidelity and learning,
a man deserving nnd receiving from all
who know him rcgardle-s of party, the
highest possible respect und honor. We
know whereof we speak when we say
that Mr. Lansden is exactly the man for the
As to Hon. 1). M. Browning, he has been
regularly educated and graduated from a
first-class school of the law, has had many
years experience in its practice, has
had long and largo experience in conduct
ing courts, having been for the third time
elected to the olhce of county ,lipo,. ),y nil
thirties without the shadow of oppunition.
He is a man of line presence, of excellent
morals and would without douht bring
honor to the position and render full and
abundant satisfaction to all in nl!V inann(.r
concerned. We are not
case, we are not telling a cainpi,ign btory,
friends, in what we have said. , um,,Kt,iy
and conscientiously think that we mVo by
far the best ticket the only question is
will you consult your own ititi rests ,y vot
ing lor tho tick-t:"
Peiisonh of sedentary pursuits ,lr prc.'
disposed to constipation; such sh,,,,)
ways uso Dr. Bull' Baltimore l'iliH wi,jch
insuro safety against Constipation Mu ll
its disastrous coincqucnjes.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1879.
WHOLESAU WINES AND LIQl'OIW
Wholemle and Retail Dculen in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds?,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. S.MYT1I A CO. have coiiftamly a laru'O
Hock of the !et itooda ill the market and irive
erpeclul attcMiou to Itiu wholetulv brunch withe
Jim: II1NK1.E, N. D. TntTi.nwoon, J. 11. Mooisb
IIinkle, Thistle wo OD
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Xok. Ji5 and liT Commercial Avenue,
fTMberul Advancement made on Course
nieui ol Tobaice. Flour, and Uruiu.
WAc in for tiear. Scott A Co. thrombins ma
clr.I.e. portable aw mill and thre!m;j.' climber.
Agent lort'bumpion harvesting machines, mower
LI VERY STABLE.
IIorc boardid by .bc week at rea.ui.at.ie rate.
G'KJl) HOUSES AND BUGGIES
At price to fuit tbe time, dive me a ca".l
Xotice i bcn tiv L-ivcn that the ui.dt ri -red ad-
miiiiMratur of the e.taieof t.rei n H I'.uker. !nie
of Alexander county, deceased, will attend the
county court of said'enumy. at its June term, to be
Ik Id in the court boue In'thecitv of Cairo, on tbe
third Monday in June, It'.V. to li.uke final settle
ment of (aid estate.
iRs AVISO KEEN LEY,
JOHN II. PARKER.
Administrator estaie ti. 11. Parker, deceased.
notice is hereby plven that the nndersi-.-ned. ad
ministrator delmnis lion, of the estate ol dove M
Willis, iate of Alexander county, deceased, will at
tend the county court of said cuuntv. m r June
term, to be befuu tn the court bouse', jn th c;tv of
Cairo, on the third Monday June. . for 'the
purpose of making llnol settlement of said t-stite.
Dehouis non. estate of liove M. Willis, deceased.
Obtained for new Invention, or for lmprivenici,
on old ones; fur medical or oiher compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats. Assignments. Inter
ference". Appeals. Su,t fur Inlni.i'emeiits, and
all ens. nr. sin.' under th i'at. ut Law, prompt-
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us. lie-ill'.: opposite t!..- V. S. Pnt, nt Ic i'artlnent.
ami cnmcd in Patent business exclusively. w can
make closer searches, and secure I'ali-nts mpire
promptly, and witu I rinnier claims, than thipse who
an- r-in i pi-- lr"!n Viihii,tiin.
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Pro es low. ami no harfc unless Paieut is sp cured.
We rp-b-r in Washington, to JloP Postmaster
ticncral II. M. Key. Ib-v. F. D.I'owi-r. The ipi rwiiu
Anicrkan National Hank, to officii.! In the I' . S.
Patent Oflk-c, and to Senators hlcI IN pri-eiitativi-s
In Coiitfre-s: and especially to o., elici ts In every
State in the I'niou and u: i'aiiaila. A'i'lr- s
C A. SNOW cc CO..
Opposite Patent Office. Washington. I).
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HO pn' -s free, upon t'-ci-lpt of Stumps lor postaeu
Addresa OlL.iIoRE. SM11 II . Co..
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Washington. D C.
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Tho Salwitor For Invalids and the A'cd. An In
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Reliable Remedial Aueut In all Disease of tbe
rpilIK Justly celebrated DllTKTie Pitri'AHATioN I.
A In comiiosltlon, principally the Iplctkn derived
from the Wiiitk Wintkh Flint Wiihat Ckhkai., a
solid estiacl. tin- Invp-ntlsinof an einlin iit Chemist,
It has not only been hlu'hly reeoiiinieinli-d, but cer
tified to by a lurii number of Chemist mid I'livsl
clan repreeiiliiK a very blub decree of medical
lelic,c-as tbe Salest. Most Ap'ceplalile und K.ik-lf
ble Food for the O row lb mid Protection of Inlant
mid Children, and lor Mother liukliijr Suilicicut
Xourlsbinetit for their offsprlnir.
I'nllkc those pii'piiiMtloii iniide from a til m a! or
villous mutter, which are liable to stimulate the
brain mid Irritate the dlp-stlve orpins, it embraci
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That which makes siioiik Hone and Mucle. That
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easyol Dliiestlon-never coiisilpatliii.'. That which I
kind and friendly to the llralti. and that which aetsa
a pri'veiilive ol those Intestinal Disorder Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. while It would bcdlllicult loconcelveol anv
thine In Food or In-sert more creiim.v and deltelou',
ortiiore iioiirlsblni! and slreinitlii'iiliiK n an ail
ment In Fever, I'lilnionni v Complaint, )yii'pin
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I.KNCK In all ISTKsTiNAi, Pibak, especially lu
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Rear. 20 " Multiply Height, 20
Side, 40 "
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Leather and Findings
No. 90 Commercial Ave., Let. Plfth und 8 Is Hi St.
feopdeorrtiititly onhntid a Inro assortment of
S Uenl and Liidle. Hoot aud Hhoe of nil stvU'i.
and U(., mid of the very bet til St. I.ouls and
Cluctntiatl Hand nmile work; sold chear..r than
ever before, and cheaper than like fuodt col bo l
tallied III this lity.
Also, nlway. on hand aJnrcc tock of leather and
tindlUK of all deK-rlitivu, roU wry clu.e.